Spring Term 2013 Programme
The following are the themed weeks we will be holding during the Spring Term. We can take one school on each available day. The optimum number for the best possible experience is up to 30 pupils but we can arrange to accommodate more. The cost per pupil is £3 with all accompanying adults free of charge. To book one of these days give Sarah or Holly a call on 01392 285983 or email us at email@example.com.
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Expressing Faith 14, 15, 17, 18 January
KS 2, 3
Exeter Cathedral is first and foremost a place of worship. Discover how the building’s design, contents and decoration express Christian faith and how these have changed throughout the years. Pupils will also complete an art activity in response to their experiences.
Rites of Passage 28, 29, 30, 31 January
KS 1, 2
Learn about the importance of the Cathedral for Christians. Pupils will have a guided tour discovering what different areas of the building are used for and the symbolism involved. They will also have the opportunity to ask a member of clergy questions about their role.
Easter and Lent 11, 12, 13, 14 February
KS 3, 4
Pupils will explore the Cathedral at the most important time of the year for Christians looking at the way in which Easter is celebrated. They will have the opportunity to ask a member of clergy questions about the importance of Easter and Lent.
Signs and Symbols 25, 27, 28 February and 1 March
KS 2, 3
Exeter Cathedral is first and foremost a place of worship rich in Christian symbolism. Pupils will explore the building considering symbolic objects, words and images and take part in a handling session and clay tile workshop.
Medieval Mind 11, 13, 14 March
KS 2, 3
Discover a real medieval mystery at the Cathedral! Pupils will search for clues about the murder of the precentor which took place in 1283 and decide on the fate of those accused. They will learn about the real life tensions in Medieval Exeter and gain a good understanding of Medieval life.
Easter 19, 21, 22 March
KS 1, 2
An opportunity for primary school children to explore the Cathedral at this special time of year and ask a member of the clergy questions about the importance of Easter.